combination


combination
com·bi·na·tion n
1 a: an alliance of individuals, states, or esp. corporations united to achieve a common (as economic) end see also combination in restraint of trade compare joint venture 1, merger
2: a union of old or new elements or parts that is patentable because it produces a new and useful result compare aggregation 2, equivalent

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

combination
I noun affiliation, aggregate, aggregation, amalgamation, arrangement, assemblage, bringing together, coadjutorship, coalescence, coalition, collection, composition, compound, coniunctio, congregation, conjugation, conjunction, consolidation, fusion, incorporation, joining, junction, merger, pool, societas, unification, union associated concepts: combination in restraint of trade, combination patent, combination to restrict competition and commerce, combination trademark, combined offense, combined property, illegal combination, patentable combination II index accession (annexation), affiliation (amalgamation), affiliation (connectedness), assemblage, association (alliance), association (connection), band, cabal, cartel, centralization, coalescence, coalition, company (enterprise), compilation, composition (makeup), concert, confederacy (compact), connection (fastening), consolidation, consortium (business cartel), conspiracy, contact (association), content (structure), contribution (participation), corporation, federation, incorporation (blend), integration (amalgamation), integration (assimilation), joinder, league, melange, merger, organization (association), partnership, pool, relationship (connection), selection (collection), sodality, solution (substance), union (unity)

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


combination
In criminal law, an agreement between two or more people to act jointly for an unlawful purpose; a conspiracy. In patent law, the joining together of several separate inventions to produce a new invention.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


combination
In criminal law, an agreement between two or more people to act jointly for an unlawful purpose; a conspiracy. In patent law, the joining together of several separate inventions to produce a new invention.

Short Dictionary of (mostly American) Legal Terms and Abbreviations.

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